Sunday, May 19

‘Red’ traces relationship at relaxed French pace

‘Red’ traces relationship at relaxed French pace Third Kieslowski installment presents fascinating, haunting view of fraternity By Lael Loewenstein Daily Bruin Staff The third installment in Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Three Colors Trilogy, Red is a fascinating, at times hauntingly beautiful film. Read more...


Black 47′s Irish rock is no sham

Black 47′s Irish rock is no sham By Michael Horowitz Daily Bruin Senior Staff There’s a compelling duality to the Irish rock group Black 47. Its songs can shift from hilarious doses of mischief to powerful tales of tragedy in a heartbeat. Read more...




Prince unveils lost masterpiece

Prince unveils lost masterpiece Warner Bros. releases legendary, funkadelic ‘Black Album’ after its six-year hiatus By Michael Tatum Daily Bruin Staff On Nov. 22, 1994, Warner Bros. Read more...



Against the grain

Against the grain Sure, Bad Religion’s lead singer Greg Graffin (above center) has been blasting angry, loud and socially relevant music for 14 years ­ for any punk fan that much is obvious. Read more...